Found 4 items, similar to SEAL.
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n 1: fastener consisting of a resinous composition that is
plastic when warm; used for sealing documents and
parcels and letters [syn: sealing wax
2: a device incised to make an impression; used to secure a
closing or to authenticate documents [syn: stamp
3: the pelt or fur (especially the underfur) of a seal; “a coat
4: a member of a Naval Special Warfare unit who is trained for
unconventional warfare; “SEAL is an acronym for Sea Air
[syn: Navy SEAL
5: a stamp affixed to a document (as to attest to its
authenticity or to seal it); “the warrant bore the
6: an indication of approved or superior status [syn: cachet
seal of approval
7: a finishing coat applied to exclude moisture
8: fastener that provides a tight and perfect closure
9: any of numerous marine mammals that come on shore to breed;
chiefly of cold regions
v 1: close with or as if with a seal; “She sealed the letter with
2: make tight; secure against leakage; “seal the windows”
3: decide irrevocably; “sealing dooms”
4: affix a seal to; “seal the letter”
5: cover with varnish [syn: varnish
6: hunt seals
English → English
(s[=e]l), n. [OE. sele, AS. seolh; akin to OHG.
selah, Dan. s[ae]l, Sw. sj["a]l, Icel. selr.] (Zo["o]l.)
Any aquatic carnivorous mammal of the families Phocid[ae]
Note: Seals inhabit seacoasts, and are found principally in
the higher latitudes of both hemispheres. There are
numerous species, bearing such popular names as sea lion
, sea leopard
, sea bear
, or ursine seal
, and sea elephant
. The bearded seal
), the hooded seal (Cystophora cristata
), and the ringed seal (Phoca f[oe]tida
are northern species. See also Eared seal
, Harp seal
, Monk seal
, and Fur seal
, under Eared
, and Fur
. Seals are much hunted for
their skins and fur, and also for their oil, which in
some species is very abundant.
(Zo["o]l.), the common seal (Phoca vitulina
It inhabits both the North Atlantic and the North Pacific
Ocean, and often ascends rivers; -- called also marbled seal
, native seal
, river seal
, bay seal
, land seal
, sea calf
, sea cat
, sea dog
, n. [OE. seel, OF. seel, F. sceau, fr. L. sigillum a
little figure or image, a seal, dim. of signum a mark, sign,
figure, or image. See Sign
, n., and cf. Sigil
1. An engraved or inscribed stamp, used for marking an
impression in wax or other soft substance, to be attached
to a document, or otherwise used by way of authentication
2. Wax, wafer, or other tenacious substance, set to an
instrument, and impressed or stamped with a seal; as, to
give a deed under hand and seal.
Till thou canst rail the seal from off my bond
Thou but offend'st thy lungs to speak so loud.
3. That which seals or fastens; esp., the wax or wafer placed
on a letter or other closed paper, etc., to fasten it.
4. That which confirms, ratifies, or makes stable; that which
authenticates; that which secures; assurance. “Under the
seal of silence.”
Like a red seal is the setting sun
On the good and the evil men have done.
5. An arrangement for preventing the entrance or return of
gas or air into a pipe, by which the open end of the pipe
dips beneath the surface of water or other liquid, or a
deep bend or sag in the pipe is filled with the liquid; a
. See under Great
. See under Privy
, a lock in which the keyhole is covered by a seal
in such a way that the lock can not be opened without
rupturing the seal.
. See under Manual
, a ring having a seal engraved on it, or
ornamented with a device resembling a seal; a signet ring.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Sealed
; p. pr. & vb. n.
.] [OE. selen; cf. OF. seeler, seieler, F. sceller,
LL. sigillare. See Seal
1. To set or affix a seal to; hence, to authenticate; to
confirm; to ratify; to establish; as, to seal a deed.
And with my hand I seal my true heart's love.
2. To mark with a stamp, as an evidence of standard
exactness, legal size, or merchantable quality; as, to
seal weights and measures; to seal silverware.
3. To fasten with a seal; to attach together with a wafer,
wax, or other substance causing adhesion; as, to seal a
4. Hence, to shut close; to keep close; to make fast; to keep
secure or secret.
Seal up your lips, and give no words but “mum”
5. To fix, as a piece of iron in a wall, with cement,
plaster, or the like. --Gwilt.
6. To close by means of a seal; as, to seal a drainpipe with
water. See 2d Seal
7. Among the Mormons, to confirm or set apart as a second or
additional wife. [Utah, U.S.]
If a man once married desires a second helpmate . .
. she is sealed to him under the solemn sanction of
the church. --H.
, v. i.
To affix one's seal, or a seal. [Obs.]
I will seal unto this bond. --Shak.